"A stunt racing and daredevil family team puts on thrilling automotive
acrobatics at the Pole Position Stunt Show, run by Dan Darret and his two
sisters, Tess and Daisy, after their parents disappear after an unexplained
explosion during a stunt race. The kids carry on their parents' work, along
with pet Kuma and two computerized cars, Roadie and Wheels, using the
cutting edge technology of their high-tech vehicles to fight crime. Series
was based on the popular video arcade game of the same name."- Jeff
Lenburg "The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons,"
A kid's dream... having your parents disappear and getting two
computerized cars to fight crime.
Look, when I was nine that sounded
with Galaxy High and Dungeons
and Dragons, this show is
CBS's Saturday Morning Contribution to my adult neuroses.How the writers took a video
game consisting solely of a windshield and turned it into an intellectual
tour de force is unfathomable.
Can you forget the damned theme song?
This show has apparently been a career killer. Witness:
- "The Canine Vanishes"
- "The Chicken Who Knew Too Much"
"Strangers On The Ice"
- "The Race"
- "The Thirty-Nine Stripes"
Thirty-One Cent Mystery"
- "Dial M For Magic"
- "The Bear Affair"
- "The Secret"
- "Shadow Of A Trout"
- "The Trouble With
Start stalking members of the cast!
They need the attention! Any reports of sightings or of any of them being tied up in
your basement to fulfill your tawdy needs should be sent to the address below. I have not
personally had much luck. I've got a Kuma tattoo across my ass. That's it.
Sorry, no picture available yet.
A DIC Enterprises Production. Colour. Half-hour. Premiered on CBS:
September 15, 1984-August 30, 1985.